Former World Wrestling Entertainment superstar Scotty 2 Hotty recently spoke to Brian Fritz of the Orlando Sentinel where he talked about a lot of stuffs. Scotty 2 Hotty is a two times former World Wrestling Entertainment tag team champion and a former World Wrestling Entertainment Light Heavyweight champion. He had been a favorite of the fans while his WWE days. His stable along with Grand Master Sexay and Rikishi was one of the most famous stables of the time. Here is what he had to say on his potential return to WWE and other stuffs;

Getting back into wrestling after Old School RAW: “I realized last year I went to fire school and EMT school and graduated both of those, finished up and started looking for a job and I thought I was out of wrestling, and then I got the call to go to ‘Old School’ Raw and doing that and being there for the day I realized I know I can still go, I don’t want to be that guy embarrassing himself, I know I can still go. I’m in better shape now then the last time I was there full-time. And you just know there’s probably only a few more years where I can do this and the level I want to do it. I started taking a little bit more (bookings). I’ve said for the last few years I’m just using this as a vehicle to take me to different places I’ve never been anyways. I just went to Ecuador for the first time, South America for the first time ever, stuff like that. I tell my kids find a job that’s going to pay you to travel the world on someone else’s dime and that’s basically what I use it for now.”

Working with WWE now: “You know what’s so cool wrestling for them now? When you’re there as a full-time guy and you’re wrestling four nights a week, you kind of take it for granted. Everything is going 100 miles an hour. Whereas now, like when I went back for ‘Old School’ Raw, you go this could be the last time. And you kind of appreciate it more. You take it all in. And then same thing for NXT. This could be the last time I’m in a WWE ring. Hopefully it’s not and chances are it’s not going to be because I’m still in decent shape and relatively young. I’m sure there’ll be more coming down the road but you say that to yourself and appreciate it.”

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